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Božidar Jakac Art Museum, Kostanjevica na Krki


Founded in 1974, the Božidar Jakac Art Museum is located in the building of the former Cistercian monastery near Kostanjevica by the Krka River, one of Slovenia's finest medieval monuments, which is situated in the picturesque landscape of south-eastern Slovenia. With its over 4,000 m² of exhibition surfaces, it is the largest gallery complex in Slovenia. Initially, the institution focused on presenting the artistic legacy of the Bela Krajina, Dolenjska and Posavje regions. Today, its scope covers also Slovenian expressionism and contemporary artistic production on the regional, national and international levels.

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Upcoming events abroad

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    United Arab Emirates Dubai


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    Slovenian Pavillion themed the Smart Green Cloud in the frame of the motto Connecting Minds, Creating the Future presenting also the artworks by Slovenian painters, sculptors and designers

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    Belgium Brussels Justus Lipsius building


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    Exhibition The Mad Hatter's Wardrobe, a retrospective exhibition of the oeuvre by Slovenian costume designer Alan Hranitelj, designed by Slovenian set designer Marko Japelj, on the occasion of Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, supported by the Ministry of Culture


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    Belgium Brussels European Parliament


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    Slovenian contemporary visual arts exhibition We Live in Interesting Times, curated by Marko Košan, on the occasion of Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, coorganised by the Ministry of Culture, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška in Slovenj Gradec, and the European Parliament,


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